7 December 2014: Adjacent/Harmonious, for The Angel Orchestra
5pm Sunday 7 December, St Silas Church, Risinghill St, London N1 9UL.
The Angel Orchestra will perform Adjacent/Harmonious, a new piece written for them this year by Caitlin, along with works by Raff, Holst and Beethoven.
Event details are at:
29 November 2014: Bastard Assignments at Safehouse 1
7.30pm Saturday 29 November, Safehouse 1, 139 Copeland Rd, Peckham SE15 3SN.
Premiere performance of Drop (Not Schrödinger’s Cat) by the composer.
£5 on the door
Event details are at:
6 November 2014: Baker Street Brass in Gloucester
7.30pm Thursday 6 November, St Mary de Lode Church, Archdeacon Street, Gloucester GL1 2QT
Baker Street Brass will give the world première of Knots and Mirrors, in a programme which also includes works by McCabe, Lutoslawski and Arnold.
£17/£16/£5, children free. Event details are at:
http://www.gloucestermusicsociety.org.uk/forthcomingseason.html (scroll to the bottom for booking details)
30 October 2014: Bastard Assignments at Fred’s Place
8pm Thursday 30 October, London
October’s Bastard Assignments event will include the first public presentation of Caitlin’s parksong series of experimental music artworks. Event details are at:
11 September 2014: Zoe Freedman sings Remembrances of Half-Forgotten Dead People
10.15am, 11 September 2014, Old Royal Naval College Chapel, Greenwich.
Soprano Zoe Freedman is singing some of Remembrances of Half-Forgotten Dead People in her final Master of Music recital at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance.
1 September 2014: Deborah Miller sings Vignettes of Home
1.30pm, 1 September 2014, Old Royal Naval College Chapel, Greenwich.
Scottish soprano Deborah Miller and pianist Paul Chilvers perform Vignettes of Home as part of Deborah’s final recital at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance. Also on the programme is music by Handel, Schumann and Britten.
Free. Event details are at:
28 August 2014: Zoe Freedman sings Remembrances of Half-Forgotten Dead People
1.05pm, 28 August, St Alfege Greenwich
Free lunchtime concert. Details at:
9 & 10 August 2014: Breadcrumbs at Tête à Tête Opera Festival
7.45pm Saturday 9 August; 3.45pm Sunday 10 August, Kings Place
Charlotte Richardson and Clemmie Curd perform Breadcrumbs, a dramatic monologue for soprano, as part of the Tête à Tête Opera Festival’s first season at Kings Place. Directed by Omar Sharyar.
Free. Event details are on the Kings Place and Tête à Tête websites:
8 August 2014: Breadcrumbs and More or Less at Wikimania 2014
1.30pm Friday 8 August, Barbican
Charlotte Richardson and Clemmie Curd perform Breadcrumbs, and Alexandra Kremakova performs More or Less, along with songs by Liszt for soprano and piano at the 2014 Wikimania conference at the Barbican.
Entry by conference pass. Event details are at:
5 June 2014: Alexandra Kremakova plays More or Less
4pm, Peacock Room, Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich.
Pianist Alexandra Kremakova gives the third performance of More or Less, our collaborative set of piano variations in a recital which also includes music by Prokofiev, Beethoven, Scarlatti and Pawlu Grech.
29 April 2014: John Halford Competition for Piano and Composition 2014: Final
1pm*, Peacock Room, Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich.
Second performance of More or Less by pianist Alexandra Kremakova. Alexandra will also be performing works by Debussy, Pawlu Grech and Vladimir Djambazoff.
Free. Event details on the Trinity Laban website:
26 April 2014: Bastard Assignments At Your Place
8pm, private residence, Lewisham.
First performance of More or Less, a set of piano variations on an original theme written in collaboration with Bulgarian pianist Alexandra Kremakova. This is the first performance in Bastard Assignments’ new concert series “At Your Place”. A public concert, but space is limited. See the details on the Facebook event page:
20 March 2014: Trinity Laban Chamber Choir at the Cutty Sark
8pm, Cutty Sark, Greenwich
First performance of Drowning Songs by the Trinity Laban Chamber Choir, alongside Judith Bingham’s Salt in the Blood, Richard Rodney Bennett’s Full Fathom Five, and music by Percy Grainger.
£12/£8. Event details on the Trinity Laban website:
21 February 2014: The Other English Song Project
1.05pm, Old Royal Naval College Chapel, Greenwich.
First performance of Vignettes of Home, written in a single night for this CoLab project, to texts by the singers. Performed by Deborah Miller, Lucy Miller-White, Melanie Harikrishna and Amon-Ra Twilley, with pianists Rebecca Cohen and Sally Halsey. The programme also included music by Charles Ives, Tom Waits and John Dowland.
23 January 2014: Angela Hicks sings Remembrances of Half Forgotten Dead People
3.30pm, Old Royal Naval College Chapel, Greenwich.
14 January 2014: Valentina Pravodelov at ICMP
Not a public performance, alas, but the first outing for my graphic score Sepiascape with Grey by singer (and pianist!) Valentina Pravodelov and her band at the Institute for Contemporary Music Performance in Kilburn.